Daniel Conroy defends his PhD thesis!
Congratulations to graduate student Daniel Conroy for successfully defending his thesis: Structural Studies of Biomolecules by Dynamic Nuclear Polarization Solid-State NMR Spectroscopy.
Matthew Shannon defends his PhD thesis!
Congratulations to graduate student Matthew Shannon for successfully defending his thesis: High Resolution Structural and Dynamic Studies of Biomacromolecular Assemblies using Solid-State NMR Spectroscopy. Good luck at Denison University!
Dwaipayan Mukhopadhyay defends his PhD thesis!
Congratulations to graduate student Dwaipayan Mukhopadhyay for successfully defending his thesis: Development of Solid-State NMR Methodologies for Protein Structure Determination based on Paramagnetic Tagging.
Dr. Jaroniec receives the Varian Young Investigator Award (VYIA) in Magnetic Resonance
Congratulations to Dr. Christopher Jaroniec on receiving his field’s top prize for young investigators, the Varian Young Investigator Award in Magnetic Resonance. He was awarded this at the 2017 EUROMAR conference – the largest European conference on magnet resonance.The VYIA is named after a pioneering enterprise in magnetic resonance, and its aim is to recognize a promising scientist within the first 12 years of their independent career for achievements in any area of magnetic resonance.
Yongjie Xia defends his PhD thesis!
Congratulations to graduate student Yongjie Xia for successfully defending his thesis: Conformation of Y145Stop Prion Protein in Solution and Amyloid Fibrils Probed by Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy.
Zhe Qi defends his PhD thesis!
Congratulations to graduate student Zhe Qi for successfully defending his thesis: Peptide and Protein Supramolecular Assemblies Studied by Solid-State NMR Spectroscopy.
Theint Theint defends her PhD thesis!
Congratulations to graduate student Theint Theint for successfully defending her thesis: Structure and Polymorphism of Y145Stop Prion Protein Amyloid Fibrils Studied by Magic-Angle Spinning Solid-State NMR.
Dr. Jaroniec featured in “Five Ohio State Faculty Among the 2015 Class of AAAS Fellows”
Congrats to Dr. Jaroniec, who was recently featured in “Five Ohio State Faculty Among the 2015 Class of AAAS Fellows.” This year, five Ohio State University faculty have been elected as Fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) in recognition of their scientifically or socially distinguished efforts to advance science or its applications. See the full article at: https://news.osu.edu/news/2015/11/23/2015-aaas-fellows/
Congratulations Dr. Jaroniec – 2015 ACS Early-Career Award in Experimental Physical Chemistry
Christopher Jaroniec, professor, chemistry and biochemistry, has received the 2015 ACS Physical Division Early-Career Award in Experimental Physical Chemistry. The award recognizes outstanding contributions in physical chemistry by young investigators. Professor Jaroniec was recognized “for the development and application of solid-state nuclear magnetic resonance methods in the study of structure and mechanism in complex biological assemblies.” The award carries with it a $1500 prize. The recipients will be honored in a special awards symposium at the 250th ACS National Meeting in Boston. More information is available at: http://phys-acs.org/awards/2015.html.